Politics

Sean Hannity Radio Recap: Apr 25

posted by Hannity Staff - 4.25.19

**JOE BIDEN ANNOUNCES HIS ENTRANCE INTO THE RACE FOR PRESIDENT IN 2020

**RELEASES A VIDEO AT 6AM, BUT IS NOT HOLDING ANY PUBLIC EVENTS FOR VOTERS

**$2800 A PLATE EVENT TO WEALTHY DONORS HOSTED BY THE HEAD OF COMCAST

**PRESIDENT TRUMP WELCOMES JOE TO THE RACE AND TELLS HIM TO BUCKLE UP

**BIDEN TELLS REPORTERS HE DID NOT ASK & DOES NOT WANT OBAMA’S ENDORSEMENT

4:05 PM ET – Secretary of Energy and former Governor of Texas Rick Perry is here to highlight the ways in which this Administration has improved the environment without the Paris Agreement or the Green New Deal, while expanding energy security and the economy. This is what he calls the New American Energy Era. Perry is working and delivering on the President’s executive order on energy, taking a look at current barriers to energy infrastructure like New York’s blockade on pipelines. When you say rising gas prices it has nothing to do with Iran, and everything to do with becoming more energy independent here in the US, a lot of which is being stalled by governors with liberal agendas.

New Yorkers experienced the headache caused by Gov. Cuomo’s crusade against natural gas last week, when a public hearing was held to discuss Con Edison’s January announcement that it would institute a moratorium on accepting new gas customers in Westchester County.

The Empire State has stymied the construction of the necessary transmission infrastructure, so Con Ed is unable to keep up with demand. In addition to his decision to ban hydraulic fracturing in 2014 — aborting any hope that New York could profit from some of its most valuable natural resources — Cuomo and his regulators have denied necessary permits for three separate natural-gas pipeline projects.

National Grid may soon follow Con Ed’s lead. Imagine: A major utility company is prepared to turn away potential customers, not ­because it wants to, but because Cuomo and his allies refuse to admit the need for ­energy supplied by natural gas. And because they’re equally in denial about natural gas’ environmental benefits. (H/T NY POST)

4:30 PM ET – Congressman Duncan Hunter of California, who served three combat tours overseas: two in Iraq and one in Afghanistan and Sean Gallagher, brother of Eddie Gallagher, a father of three and decorated U.S. Navy SEAL, now confined behind razor wire in military jail. Eddie served this country for nearly two decades and has always been the humble hero of our family. His accolades, even among the elite warriors he serves with, stand out: multiple awards for valor, good conduct, bravery, leadership—all given at an increasing pace over his experienced career.

5:05 PM ET – Jonathan Gilliam, Former FBI Agent, Federal Air Marshall, and author of Sheep No More and Geraldo Rivera, Fox News Legal Analyst and author of The Geraldo Show, debate and discuss the news of the day. The immigration crisis is more serious than ever, with a 3 year old left in a field after being used to get across the border the situation is more dire than ever. If the left cares so much about those who can not take care of themselves, then they should start with children. Gilliam and Rivera will also talk about Joe Biden’sannouncement that he will be entering the race for President. The announcement was done via video at 6am and has a music score similar to an Avengers movie.

5:30 PM ET – Charlie Daniels, country music legend Charlie Daniels’ veterans non-profit The Journey Home Project (TJHP) has partnered with the Rich Poverty organization to assemble a new art exhibit at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. The exhibit, titled The Alliance Collection, is a gallery of combat and civilian photographs taken by veterans and their families. The collection is now on display for public viewing.

“It’s a real honor to do anything that benefits our heroes in the military, and to be a part of something displayed in the Pentagon makes it even more special,” says Daniels.
Including photos from over 50 artists from around the globe, The Alliance Collection’s purpose is to highlight veterans in the arts.

More about the organization:

About The Journey Home Project
The Journey Home Project is a not-for profit organization that assists other not-for-profits in securing funds to help causes that benefit veterans of the United States Armed Forces. TJHP was founded in 2014 by country music legend Charlie Daniels and his manager, David Corlew. In 2018, Major General Terry “Max” Haston joined TJHP as the non-profit’s newest board member. Conscious of the need to assist our nation’s veterans, they have set out to partner with organizations that do the most good, with the least overhead. Working in tandem with these organizations, TJHP is making a difference in the lives of American patriots.